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Harvest Song
Seneca Twins

Album

The Seneca Twins

Released

1995

Artist

The Seneca Twins

Length

Previous Track

"Xolo"

Next Track

"Rise Above It"

Harvest Song is the sixth song on the live album The Seneca Twins by John Darnielle's side project The Seneca Twins.

LyricsEdit

When you left on a Saturday night
The money'd run out and the stars were bright
And you made your way down the hall and I pulled down the shades
And I felt the heat rise again
Felt the pressure behind my eyes again
And we fell smack dab in the middle of the everglades
And the dogs howling your name 
There was murder in your voice
Here comes the harvest
Here comes the harvest 
Here it comes

When your letter came on a Tuesday afternoon
Six months later near the end of June
I felt the heat wash over me like a raging flood
And I felt my concentration slip
So I bit down on my lower lip
And as cicadas started singing again, I tasted blood
And the dogs howling again
There is murder in your voice
Here comes the harvest
Here comes the harvest 
Here it comes

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